If we take a survey on any particular subject or issue, of the attitudes, behavior, and beliefs of a representative sample of the 6.8 billion people on Earth, do a statistical distribution with our data and plot the results on a graph, we come up with something that we refer to as a bell curve.
Seven Words That Can Change the World explains in simple language what life requires of us unequivocally in order to reverse our destructive and unsustainable momentum, end our needless suffering, prosper together, find peace, sustain humanity, and advance our civilization.
“Brilliant” and “Inspiring” DVD Seven Words That Can Change the World charts course to better living, world with 3 rules, 7 words. Author & Harvard Divinity Scholar Joe Simonetta Releases Popular Presentation on DVD. Los Angeles – (28 April 2009) — When Joe Simonetta talks about “Seven Words That Can Change the World” there’s a [...]
The end to suffering and the answers to our problems can never come from the all too common 20th century (and prior, of course) battleground of adversarial political groups. Larger issues and realities must first be understood and resolved in order for the political process to serve the common good and provide global remedies. Our [...]
A popular definition of sustainability originated from a 1987 UN conference which defined sustainable developments as those that “meet present needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs”(WECD, 1987). In other words, sustainability means that our human impact must leave this planet as we found it or improve it so those who follow us will have the same opportunities we have had. Throughout our 150,000-year existence, we have never done that.